The Lufthansa CEOs apologised for what they described as "a terrible accident" and promised to provide help for victims for as long as it was needed.
The CEOs of Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings Airlines which was recently involved in a plane crash, have apologised for the losses incurred in the unfortunate incident.
The duo who visited Seyne-les-Alpes, the town nearest the site where Germanwings plane flight flight 4U 9525 crashed just over a week ago, expressed their profound sympathy with Carsten Spohr of Lufthansa saying the airlines were "very, very sorry that such a terrible accident could have happened at Lufthansa, where we put so much focus on safety".
In a press briefing which was posted on BBC, the CEOs said they would continue to help the victims for as long as "help was needed".
They also thanked the investigators who have been helping with the crash investigation and also the residents of the town who've had to accommodate the loved ones of the departed, and promised to restore the town to a nice countryside place after the investigations.
They however refused to answer questions from the journalists who were present.